BLOCK 4 of Blanket MKAL 2021
Hello! There are 2 things very important I want you to notice before starting:
Both are written clearly below, but just in case you’re prone to gloss over instructions that look familiar… 😉
Happy knitting! xo
PS: can you see where I made a mistake knitting my block?
I’m sorry I wasn’t able to answer sooner the questions about the Block 3 chart.
I took some days off to make a trip. Yes, I know, bad timing, but I was about to lose it because I had changed the date many times due to the COVID outbreak and I couldn’t change it anymore. And, after 8 years of no travelling, I really needed it. Read More
How to make the LOOP in Block 2
Hi! I was asked this question recently and I decided to take some quick photos to show you all.
I apologize for the horrible photos! It’s night in here and my lights are far from wonderful for this.
Now you can work k, yo, k.
BLOCK 2 of Blanket MKAL 2021
As in Block 1, I integrated the instructions (row-by-row and charted) of all different “stitch patterns” or “panels” within the square.
Let me say something: I love this block! I love the texture and I think it has the exact balance between cables and japanese stitches.
I hope you like it too! 😊
BLOCK 1 of Blanket MKAL 2021
Did you read my “Notes before starting” post? I hope you did! You can find HERE if you missed it.
Just in case you need to adjust after some time of not knitting, this first block is the easiest of the lot. But has a lot of texture and I will use it to show you 2 things:
Whenever possible over this MKAL, you’ll notice that I integrated the instructions (row-by-row and charted) of all different “stitch patterns” or “panels” within the square. By considering each row has a whole, I hope to facilitate your knitting and to avoid unnecessary complications. Do you know what I mean? Those kinds of instructions that got you jumping from chart to chart, each one with a different number of rows, and calculating that if you’re knitting the X-th row of one you should then work the Y-th of the other after the Z-th repeat… 🤯
Do you want to see what’s coming next week? At the end of this post, in the very last photo, you can see the next block peeking out in the background 👋 If you don’t want to see it, stop scrolling down when you reach my “SPOILER BELOW” sign there.
Or better still: keep scrolling down with your eyes closed and say “hello” in the comments section!
And so it begins.
Thanks for joining 🙌
And very happy knitting!
During my Blanket MKAL 2021 I’ll be using this element a few times. There are two ways of working it (I’ll explain both): with or without an auxiliary cable needle. Learning the second way will save you a lot of time and, once you get the hang of it, it’s easier! For this reason, I think it’s worthy to show you a step-by-step guide on how to make hachi twists. Read More